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The Play Well focus team develops, implements and/or supports policy, systems and environmental change to facilitate growth and maintenance of public parks, recreational facilities, open space and other resources in order to increase safe and accessible places for physical activity for all users. Facilitates the development of programs that encourage utilization of parks and open spaces. Supports initiatives that connect people to physical activity and other play resources.
We envision Kingston as a place where people of all ages enjoy easy access to high quality parks, playspaces, and open space and where people can participate in fun, active activities using a variety of accessible equipment and through age appropriate programs.
We bring together people and organizations working on parks and open space issues in Kingston to 1) increase the quality and quantity of usable open space, and 2) strengthen communications between us and to the public about our open space and playspace assets.
What we are doing!
We meet monthly on the fourth Friday at noon at City Hall. RSVPs are appreciated. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We are currently implementing a parks evaluation
- We then will analyze the results to find out what is needed
To find out more about what this Focus Team is doing or to join us, contact the Chair Dylan Johanson at (845) 802-4717 Info@InnateMovementParkour.com